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NEW YORK — Trains are running with residual delays on four lines after two subway rails broke before the evening commute.

According to the MTA, broken rails south of 125th Street and at 72nd Street on the southbound express broke on the A,B,C and D lines for the Monday evening rush hour.

The rails have been fixed and are running with residual delays.

It’s unknown if the delays will impact the morning commute.